“It just grew,” says Pam. “Carryou Ministry started off being involved in home-based care for the sick and elderly, as well as people affected by HIV/AIDS, but as a result of the devastating disease our biggest challenge now, is caring for the children left behind.”
Unfortunately Carryou Ministry is no longer in a position to offer health services to HIV/Aids patients, but continues to feed vulnerable children and their families in various Elandsvlei informal settlements and Toekomsrus and surrounding areas, as well as provide essential services.
In 2014 Carryou Ministry was given a ten-year lease on a small holding at Vleikop on the outskirts of Randfontein. The first and main goal for the Agricultural Project is to provide healthy and organic sustenance for the Orphans and vulnerable children that Carryou supports, as well as sustaining the farmer, his family and workers.